The Essential Talmud

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Basic Books, 1976 - Talmud - 296 pages
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A general introduction to the beliefs, attitudes, and methods of the sacred text by which the Jewish people have lived and survived through the ages by a renowned Israeli rabbi, scholar, and teacher. The first book to capture the flavor and spirit of the Talmud as a human document and to summarize its main principles as an expression of divine law.

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User Review  - David - Goodreads

Steinsaltz is very good at enlivening the history and breaking down the contents of this vital Jewish text. Although, actually studying the Talmud is a lot more exciting than reading this intro. This ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jerry Brown - Goodreads

This book needs to be read more than once! Parts are a bit redundant but it is packed with information from the leading Talmud scholar of our day. A good introduction -if a bit complex- to the Talmud, it's history, contents, and methods of study. Read full review

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About the author (1976)

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz is the editor and translator of Random House's twenty-two-volume edition of the Talmud. He is also the author of many volumes on Jewish thought and practice and has been a resident scholar at both Yale University and the Institute for Advanced Study. In 1988 he was invited to open a Judaic studies center in Moscow, the first such institution in the former Soviet Union in sixty years. Rabbi Steinsaltz lives in Israel.

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